The article below is a bibliography of the Bali Starling (1912-1994) compiled by Bas van Balen (1995), a publication by PHPA/BirdLife International-Indonesia Programme.
The Oriental Birding Club's magazine Forktail (no.31, 2015) reports that the Bali starling has virtually disappeared from Nusa Penida, apparently as a result of poaching. This article (p.5) is part of a larger article (P1-12) entitled 'Trade-driven extinctions and near-extinctions of avian taxa in Sundaic Indonesia', written by J.A.Eaton, C.R.Sheperd, F.E.Rheindt, J.B.C.Harris, (B) van Balen, D.S.Wilcove & N.J.Collar.
Below article on the conservation status of the Bali Starling on Nusa Penida was written by C. Kabryn Mattison, and published in ‘The Flyer’, IAATE International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators, Fall 2016. She kindly gave permission for this article to be published here.
Below article discuses the 'Species Recovery Plan for the Bali Starling', by PHPA/BirdLife International & Departemen Kehutanan, August 1997.
A.P.M. van der Zon published a report on the Bali Starling (1980), entitled: Bali's Endangered White Starling (available in pdf). It is a report on the dire condition of the starling in West Bali Game Reserve. Surprisingly, long before the introduction of the starling into Nusa Penida in 2006, Van der Zon mentions the presence of this bird on this island. Alas, footnotes to this article seem to be missing.